Midland’s Biggest Morning Tea

IMG_1748MWHCP has a long-standing relationship with Cancer Council, and we were delighted to host a marathon Midland’s Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday 25th May at 4 The Avenue, Midland. We opened our doors and set up tables in the Avon room, decorating with flowers, our favourite china and displaying pieces from our talented Art Expressions and Craft Connections groups.

We had a steady flow of guests from 9 am to 3 pm joining us for tea, cake, friendship and fun. Thank you to our wonderful, tea-making, dish-washing, good humored volunteers – Michelle (craft), Jess (student), Deirdre (Tai Chi) and Kay (member) for making the day run smoothly from beginning to end. We had a magnificent offering of fruit cakes, sponges with jam, cream and fruit, caramel slice, scones, and classic lamingtons, including a healthy gluten-free slice. Many thanks to our generous bakers from the Board, staff, services, clients and group participants.

Everyone knows someone affected by cancer. Today, there are more than 1.1 million Australians who are either living with cancer or who have survived a diagnosis. Cancer Council is the nation’s leading cancer charity, uniting the community, creating hope, providing support and saving lives.

Cancer Council offers all kinds of support for people living with cancer, their families and carers, from financial and legal assistance, to counselling services. Call 13 11 20 for free, confidential support and information.

Cancer Council is the leading independent funder of cancer research in Australia, funding and leading all kinds of research into cancer prevention, detection, treatment and support. The research breakthroughs play a part in giving people with cancer, and their families, hope, and time together they didn’t think they’d have.

It’s estimated that 1 in 3 cancers in Australia are preventable. Cancer Council provides support and resources to help Australians reduce their cancer risk, through prevention and early detection measures such as quitting smoking, being SunSmart, regular screening, exercising and maintaining a balanced diet,and advise government for improved cancer policy and prevention.